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My cdj 100 just turned itself off for no reason and now won't turn back on again. Tried changing the 3amp fuse but that's about all i can do.

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hii,
sorry for late reply, i just saw ur msg here. I have sent u email having pic to micro switch for CDJ. We frequently changes micro switch for Cue button. e30fbde.jpg
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